Universal’s “Jurassic World Dominion,” the sixth movie in Jurassic franchise, has been showing off no signs of slackening at the box office, as the monstrous franchise drew in a magnanimous $176 million from 72 international box offices over the weekend, totalling the tally of global earnings to $245 million.
Besides, the $180-million movie had had a $143 million debut, meaning that the film’s revenues in ticket sales stood at a whacking $389 million as of Monday night. Nonetheless, when it comes to international market, Colin Trevorrow’s “Jurassic World Dominion” starred by Laura Dern, Sam Neill, Jeff Goldblum, Chris Pratt alongside Bryce Dallas Howard, made debuts in 57 new foreign markets this weekend including China, UK and France.
Despite an ongoing pandemic restriction, “Jurassic World Dominion” surprised movie market analytics by seizing a scintillating $52 million in China.
“Jurassic World” dominates as “Maverick” nears $700mln
Apart from the sixth instalment of “Jurassic” franchise, Tom Cruise-starred “Top Gun: Maverick” continued to fly in a brighter sky as the Paramount’s much-discussed sequel of 1986’s “Top Gun” stormed past $700 million across the globe coming into the third weekend after release.
In terms of ticket sales, “Top Gun: Maverick” currently stands at $747 million, a massive harvest for any movie that doesn’t actually involve any superheroes. As “Jurassic World Dominion” shelves $245 million over the weekend in international market with China, the world’s largest movie market, handing out a nearly 20 per cent of its international box office revenues, Tom Cruise’s chartbuster grossed $52.7 million globally from 64 international box offices with a scanty 39 per cent drop in holds, while “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” cleared off $930 million globally this weekend.